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Henry H. C. Chou Edit Profile

also known as Chou Hsueh-chang

university professor

Chou Henry H. C. was a university professor who occupied various leading positions such as professor of education, dean and acting president.

Background

Mr. Chou was born in Tianjin, China, in 1893.

Education

Chou Henry H. C.went to America in 1917 and received Bachelor of Laws degree from Oberlin College, Ohio in 1919, and Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy degrees from Columbia University, New York in 1920 and 1923 respectively.

Career

During the years of 1922-1923, Mr. Chou was appointed research scholar of Teachers' College of Columbia University and in the summer of 1928 instructor of Chinese of the same institution. Since returning to China, he served as professor of education at Xiamen University.

Chou Henry H. C. was a professor, a dean, and an acting president of Hepei University, Hepei, lecturer in education of the National Normal University and of the Girls' Normal College of Peking University, professor of education of Yenching University since the fall of 1926, holding concurrently the offices of acting chairman of the department of education in 1927 and director of the preparatory division from 1927 to 1929. Then Mr. Chou acted as a dean of the College of Arts and Letters.

Achievements

  • Chou Henry H. C. was a notable educator in China in the 20th century.

Works

  • book

    • Measurement of Composition Ability

      1928